This cotton fabric is made with a satin weave that gives it a silky-smooth feel. Sateen for sheets is woven in a one-over, three-under pattern for a stronger, more lustrous fabric. This type of weave gives you a higher thread count than percale which results in a heavier feel, making sateen sheets a great choice for cold weather snuggling.
The breathable fibers and unmatched wicking ability make linen bedding perfect for year-round use and offers a luxurious look that is cool to the touch, comfortable to sleep on, and oh-so-pleasant to the eye.
A unique brushed technique makes this weave soft to the point of plushness. Cozy and warm, flannel weaves are commonly used in cold weather clothing, blankets, bed sheets, and pajamas. Flannel is often made of cotton but can also be made of wool or synthetic fibers.
Stretchy and soft, jersey sheets are not as plush as sateen or percale and will pill easier due to the lower grade of cotton used.
This crisp, durable cotton fabric is made with a plain weave, known as the simple one over. While not as lush and silky as sateen, high-end cotton percale bedding is luxuriously soft to the touch and offers a crisp, clean feel.
It is the finest, long-staple cotton available. It resists pilling and is loved for its incredibly soft weave and luxurious feel.
A high-quality cotton, Pima is a fine, long-staple cotton with a very soft weave.
Typically made from organic fibers, bamboo sheets are soft, comfortable and affordable. They also naturally resist moisture.
Cotton sheets are typically easy to care for, smooth and stay fairly cool, making them perfect for year-round sleeping. Cotton may be blended with other materials such as rayon or polyester, so if you’re set on 100 percent cotton sheets, always check the label.
It is lightweight, hypoallergenic, resists pilling and feels smooth to the touch.